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NOW OH TjkJP I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
On tlic Right Track.
8KVEHN. the Grocer. i still onlhnrifiht
track and cnm to time with another train
.ovl of Fine Or ceries, (Jannbd Uoods,
Meat', ri'-nr. Me.
Centre mul White Hts., Slieniuidoah
The Evening Herald.
ALL-THK NEWS FOK ONE CENT.
asalargercln-ulatton In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books opf n to nil.
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MiJijLMtiJtMferairaJ magna Wb
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
what News uatliorors Tako n,
Moment to Tell About.
Tho leaves ure Hying.
Fall llUtlngH In order.
Winter Is approaching.
The Ice business Is becoming dull
Boon time tojpreparo tor the holidays.
Make up your mind to vote next
He on tho lookout for Hollow K'en
prunks ou Saturday night.
Salt and water applied occasionally
keeps the hair Irom lulling out.
The eool weather is creeping upon
us by degrees and winter will eoon be
Both parties are elee'ingthclrtlckets
tills week, nexl Tuesday one uiouo will
When pome men pay their preacher
tney leei as tnougu iney were paying
u gas bill.
A poultice of bruised onion? around
tho neck gives great relief in dlpthere-
It is thought there will be a great
demand for orange nlossouis between
now and the holidays.
The men are all tickled to learn that
the price of eoflee is coming down,
even if their wives mako it hot for
There is one injunction of Holy
AVritthatno man linds it difficult to
obey, and that is, "He not righteous
A Budgot of Intorosting Articles
ou all Topics.
It In said the Lfehlah Valley Rail
road Company, whose coal region ter
minus Ib at Mt Carmel, intends ex
tendlmr its road through Bhamokln in
order to reach Its valuable coal lands
lying between Hliamokln and Trever
ton. Tho Lehigh company has been
using the Northern Central tracks
from BiiamoKiu to ju. unrmei, uui
owing to the big royalty paid, Its
prolltH nave not been large. it is re
ported that tho JhigU company may
lay a road through to Bunbury and
thus secure ii western nutlet.
Complaints were made to tho Cam-
bro-Amerlean Society, of WllkfB
Harre. that the selection "Come With
Toreuee," for the chief prize, 0j, Is
not in toumi Willi me Dinging socie
IUh of Wyoming and Lackawanna
Valleva. as it is too hlirh for the so
pranos. Tuning luesu complaints into
consideration the committee of tho
Cambro-Amerlcan Society has selectid
another corntmpitinu from Haydn's
Seasons," ' Hark, tho Deep, Tre
Tho arbitration enso between the
Lehiirh Conl aud Navigation Com
PHnvauutlio ten lantllioiaers at uoni
Dnle, by which tho company expected
to elect the latter becatiso tliey gold
liquor on tho premlep, was decided in
lavor oi tno ueieuuents.
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Repairing Neatly Dono.
- 31. BBOWN",
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
Nov. 3 and 4 Grand ontortainmcnt,
"Undo Tom and Evo." in tho P. M.
Nov. 5. Second anniversary entertain'
mont of Major Jonninjjs Council, No. 307,
ir. O. U. A. M., Jn Ferguson's theatro.
Nov. 18 Orand supper in Ilolibins' opora
nouo for tho benefit of tho Trinity Re
November 20. Grand eupperin Kojbins'
opora houso: bonoflt of Lady Ilarrison
Lodge, No. 10, A. I'. L. A.
Soeond hand school books bought
sold at Max Keete's.
Do you want a situation ?
Do you wantholp?
Do you want to soli your business ?
Do you want to sell or exchango real
If so, call on Max Iteeso, Shonatidoah,
agont for tho United Slatot Employment
and liusineu Agency, -11 and 40 Broadway,
Narrow IS. cape of un Tmioount Girl.
Pittsuuiio, Oct. 30. A young lady.
10 years old, giving her residence at a
few miles out in tho country from To
ronto, Canada, arrived lioro yesterday ou
a train from Dullalo, being directed to a
house of ill-repute. She says last woek
sho met a girl in Buffalo who gave hor
name as h. M. Kendall of Pittsburg,
who persuaded her to come here and do
liousowork. Uefore reaching this city
sho showed tho letter of Introduction to
a passenger, who informed her of tho
nature of the bouse, superintendent, or.
Polico Weir will see that the jilrl is sent
Gov. llulkeley Recognized by Got. 1I1U,
Middletown, Conn., Oct. 80. Judge
Calef, of this place, who is commissioner
of deeds for the State of Now York, wns
notified recently that his commission
would expire on October 29 and that he
must have r recommendation from the
Governor for its ronawal. The Judge
forwarded a recommendation from Gov
ernor Bulkoley and yesterday received
his commission. This is the first time
Governor Hill has recognized Governor
Tratmcontlnentiil Record IJroken.
New Yoiik, Oct. 80. Tho record bo-
tweon Sau Francisco and Now York has
again been broken. Mr. John W. Mackny
recently mode tho Journey In -4 dayu 12
hours and 30 minutes. Yesterday Mr.
James L. Flood alluhted at the Grand
Central Dopot, having done It in 13 min
utes less than Hr. Mackay. He left San
Francisco on Saturday last at 7 p. m. in
his car, the Grassmere, and followed tho
routo takeu by Mr. Mackay.
Oystors aro in soason. Go to Scliocnor's.
Families supplied. Parlors for ladies. 0A-lt
Froted feet may he cured In one or two
daj-B by tho use ol Hulvatlou Oil, the gnat
Tlireu Years for lllnokimtlllnc.
Kjew Yohk, Oct. 30. William II.
Welsh, the bookkeeper who was arrested
on Tuesday charged with attempting to
blackmail Henry W. Box, a lawyer of
liullalo, N. Y., was indicted by the grand
jury yesterday, lie was tben arraigned
before J udtre Jlartlne In tbe uourt o
General Sessions, pleaded guilty and
was sentencn 1 to Stata Prison for three
years and six months.
Best work dono at Bronnan'a etoam
laundry. Kverything whito and spotless.
Laco curtains a specialty. All work guar
Waters' Wolss beor is tho beet.
Roilly sole agont.
May Idas anil ainUe Up.
Pakis. Oct. 30. Ex-Kins Milan of
Servia and his divorced wife, Queen
Natalie, aro both in the city, and as
King Milan Is In want of money, and th
ex-Jueen Is rlcli. a reconciliation
thought to be within the probabilities,
especially as both are still ambitious
ugure in society.
WE OLD TAKEN
Is now located ut Halnbrldge's old eland,
Cor. COAL and Yk'liHT STS.,
and oBrrs to the public the finest Hue of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED I
Provisions, Fish and Oysters, Green and
bhiokwi nam aud Fillcli.
Guns nre being put into condition
for tho hunting season.
In a short time the screen doors can
be put into winter quarters.
GHANG-E OF BASE
Next Ten Days.
lEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits,
Boots, aud Ladies' aud Chil
DRY GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
at a large reduction at the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STQBE
23 S. MAIN STREET,
Ell K.NANDO All, l'A.
3?-Wntch for the KF.D t-IGN 111 front.-EB.
THE ESSFIKITO !
Vlint In, ntifl
Wliat In to Conic-
The curtain is lifted, reveal
ing the secrets of that debat
able land between matter
The Espirito Santo !
(Iie Unknown World)
Seems almost within our grapp, and
scientific mind strives to comprehend
just where this boiderlaud lies.
AB AN AMU8KMENT it is unri
valed, for it commands that respectful
attention that its merits as a revealer
of men's minds demand.
CAM. AMI) HIiI5 IT,
MORGAN'S : BARGAIN : BAZAR
A dvcrtucment tn IhU column, not exeeedino
5 Untnt 6 'c for one imrrdon; 75c. lor tvo: tl for
three; one week, 81.50 two weeks, t2; one
FOK SALE. A large "Morning
Lieut" double beater. Hullsble f r a
store, or dwelling. Apply to 11. A.Hunlm
South Mulii street 10-13-tf
31 South Main
street, next door to the First National
Bank Inquire ol ii. V. Coury. 10-21-lw
T70U SALE No. 31 South
FARMS FOR. 8ALE. Areyoii look
ing lor a larm? If so call on nr write to
J. J. Keliler, Frnckvllle, l'a as to where they
are located and for termc. 8 22-tf
t'OR SALE. A store room and
dwelling ou Kast Centre street. Good
reaso i fm celling. Terms
ply ut J. H. tXyle'a omce
r lnir linnR on npnlre street ubfive White.
Apply to It. O KnlEht.ol F. E. Maearelo, U
I?OR SALE.- A nice 28 acre farm
lor Mile, rdx miles from Wienandoah.
lleaullfnlly sltonled ou a public! read Good
dwelling. Qiodb.ira. Fruit trpc beginning
to ueur. ah young, ppienam Biream oi
water running ibrough the the land, This Is
a giod cliunce for a ii'BU who wnnts a small
i.irm. inquire oi jn i is u. xiuiioo, poti
It Is not necessary to eo about it surreptitiously, as do the camlnB in tho
picture, If you would take a peep at our elegant display of the latest novelties
in dre'B goods, cloaks, wraps and rues. Our t-toro is it little world's fair in it
self and visitors may freely inspect the exhibition without being Importuned
to miy. we nave some attractive specialties tins weeit in tueiineoi ury uooas,
uoats, wraps, etc.
ofllee bulldl g, room a.
reewved at the Schuylkill Cm
received at tbe Hchuvlklll County Alms
house for furnisblnor 15 1 Ions of cheNlnnt. 50
tonsot stove and 15 tons of est; coal.unth
noon of .Moud iy,Novemuer2d, 1801, coal to he
acuvrrcuon Almshouse siaing ucariscuuyi'
IIAItltY U. MCQINNIS,
Board ol Poor Directors.
r. J, FEKOCSON, MANAGER.
FEIDAT, OCTOBER 30, '91
AL. G. FIELD & CO.'S
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A flue lino of Choice GltOCEHlES
Nuts and Cuudles.
Poultry of all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet rtcfitcs bis crecn truck dolly
Irom the city runiltcts, which Is u eiurnnlto
to ins cum omers inaiiiiey wuirccuvo jrcsii
gooas Micn uuyii girom mm,
Arennedand elegant presentation of legltl
maieminsireihy iy a moaci company,
aro 33. Xj33T717-X!S.
Th Apodal wonder, first American appear,
flnne. i lie mice kiuen ill inusio, nrsLAineri
can anotaraiice KIBUl.b. EUn and sword
manipulator. iiie jiiKnani rurally 01 me
eonie, mepievai iiiu&iciuuh. AiuicuifN1
illlluirv Baud, and n classic orchestra of 18
eminenL Boio'fcis 11 v u L'minnu uchi trav
eling on their own train 01 palace cars.
(Iririiil Conccrinml Street l'artulc.
at 11.80 n. ra. each day, J. W. Voglo, Manager
PliooH, QC3, 50oud7Bo
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N. MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH.
The livery and undertaking establish
ment conducted bv Evutr J. Davis at th
corner ot Lloyd and Jardin etieoU. has
been removed on account ol his increasing
buelmws to the largo stablo formerly oc
cupiod by Frank Hess, on l'car alley, rear
of U. w. llPddall to Uro's. hardware storo.
Mr. Daviea has built uu a lartte buelnoes
and by strict attention to the wants of his
patrons expects to increase it in his new
quarters. Gaulle horses and flno buggies
and carriages to biro at all times. Special
attention given to tho
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will bo pleiuedto meet tho wants
of bis lrleuds and tbe public In
Everything in the Drinking Lino,
CENTS for a window sbade
ith frinco, others for55o,
CSu and up, Khades made
for otoroH und private dwel
lugs. A new lot oi snail
Ingsand fringes to match.
O- ID. PRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
The place to buy your school books cheap is I
Also Koholar's Companions, Book Ktraps,
ami aiiyvtiiug n-qulred In school.
Blutwi, penclU. eta, sold re.
tll Hud wholbMile.
Books SuiUMe for East and West Maltanoj Twp.
Don't lorget the plaee If you wish to cava
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND,
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah.
Largest Line in the County.
JN0. B. PRICE'S SONS
DANCING SCHOOL !
Robbins' Opera House,
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING !
Commencing September 26.
ORCHESTRA OF IO 1MECKS
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
MlTira In Deed ol ofstovo repairs
of any de crlptlon should call
on me, bb I keep constant!
on hand a full sunnlv Tluv
the best ranee in tbo A
an teed to do
perlect work. As
to tbe price, It will
suit you. This rzcellent
stove be bad only Irom
WM. B. PKATT,
TIN ROOFING, SP0UTINO, ROOF PAINTING
promptly nttepded to.
331 S. Jardin SI., Shenandoah
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well'made, fa'hlonable clothcsT
If so, call on
"W. CT. JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Street, Slicnandoali.
Call and aee samples of tbe latest goods and
the styieB. uooa worsmaosuip, prompmei
aud fair prices.
BENJ, J. SMITH,
SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
201 N. Main St., '.Shenandoah.
The Finest Slock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, E(e.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
To waste your 'UEL is to wasto your money.
To waste your iacor is to waste your fa.
-X AN OLD STOVE WASTES BOTH K-
SJWE8 g- MOiEY.
p" XA.XtGtS OV13X.
BAKES PERFECTLY ALWAYS
;&!9lilt3l 15,110 CcIeItPt1!j Duplex Cralo
. IH-WaSgSey - ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS!
BEADTTFTJL UIQH SHELF.
BWmT ELEGANT HOT CLOSET.
jMg I H0T WATER RESERVOrft
gv3&l yyia I Waterback for Boilers Meat Every RtqulreA.fit
g"" EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
FOR SALE B3T
South Jardin Street.
A HTIQU1TY tun be toleiattd In almost any
thing but bats. If tbe bead is out of date
the rest of the body Is prttty auretu follow
suit. Nobody but a millionaire ora genius
can afford to wcurancleni headgear, and even
thny take a good many chances when thry do
It. It will cost you no more to be up with tbe
times than it will to be half n mile behind
them. Everything about our 51. M hat Is band
some but the price, and S1.G0 for such a halcan
scarcely be called anything but a ridiculously
lowflgure. The same can be; said of our 25o
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
Is tbe lowest priced In the market.
13 SJala St, SOATSTTiATT StienanJoab
Largest and oldest reliable purely each com
panies represented uy
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanooah, Pa.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
Largest aud cheapest slock In town.
Artistic Painting, Graioing and Decoratio;
J. P. CAKDEN,
10 2-6m 221 V. Centre Bt. 8IIENAND0AII,
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES
COFFEE HOUSE, M Main Si
Families supplied with raw oysters by the
With an surpassed assort
ment of Rcady-Mado Clothing
wo maintain an equal excel-
enco in Furnishing Goods. In
asty and correct things for
under as well as outer wear we
can always bo depended upon.
Uur hanusomo lino ot com
fortable Medium-Aveight Over
coats just tho thing for lato
TT1 11 : ,1 i A l- it. V,-..-,
x'uii io iiiiiuu tu lit iuu J",y-
er's pocket as well as his back.
A. C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts.
KALI, AND 'WIS.
TKll STYLES OF
No. 2 Si
East Cenliv St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest assortment
lu Hats, Jtonnets and Caps at re- m
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's TRIMMED AND UN-
Tit 111 MED HATS